The Correlation Between Psychological Well-Being and Work Engagement on Female Employees in Oil and Gas Industry

  • Fatimah Aulia Rahma Universitas Airlangga


This research aimed to examine the correlation between psychological well-being with work engagement and involved 73 female employee at ‘X’ Oil and Gas Company. Data collected using survey method on the application Indonesian Language and Cultural Adaptation of Psychological Wellbeing Scale result of a translation by (Rachmayani et al., 2017) and work engagement scale which consists of  9 items and is the result of a translation by (Kristiana et al., 2018) used to measure whole work engagement on female employee in this research. . The sampling technique used in this study was total sampling. The results of this research showed that there was a correlation between autonomy dimension (psychological well-being) (p=<0,01; r=-0,298), environmental mastery dimension (psychological well-being) with work engagement (p=<0,04; r=-0,33), and there was no correlation between psychological well-being and work engagement on female employee at ‘X’ Oil and Gas Company (p=<0,425; r=-0,095).

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